The Eden Trilogy, an epic adventure that may change your perspective of who you are in the compelling, fictional story of our times.
When and where did man acquire a god-like creative intellect? This age-old question underscores the trilogy in an action-adventure that begins in the Yucatan of Mexico, and then traverses areas of the world with settings in Japan, Australia, Iran, Iraq, California, New York, Utah, Okinawa, and the Persian Gulf.
In all the ancient texts from venerable cultures, only one story, the Garden of Eden myth in Genesis, explains the intellectual spark that trebled man's brain size and began a technological revolution ongoing today. Something happened after nearly one to two hundred thousand years of mankind's hunter-gatherer existence for Homo sapiens to suddenly create modern civilization in the early Bronze Age about 6000 years ago.
Scholars and treasure hunters for thousands of years have taken clues from all the ancient legends that survived to pinpoint the location of the Garden of Eden. Kings, Queens, and Popes commissioned adventurers to find it. Famous explorers like Marco Polo and Christopher Columbus wrote about their quest to find Eden.
Will the discovery of new clues unavailable to previous seekers enable Dr. Penn to find the ultimate archeological prize?
Join Doctor Joshua Lee Penn on his journey of discovery as he avoids the wrath of a Mexican syndicate that wants him dead, seeks revenge against terrorists hell bent on the destruction of ancient artifacts that provide clues for his expedition, attempts to salvage a decade-old love affair, meets a female samurai warrior who becomes his special operations partner, enlists the support of the best female long-range shooter in the world, and meets the world's wealthiest, but reclusive man who desires to commit his resources to ascertain whether the Garden of Eden was a myth or a reality.
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